North Marshall High School - Jet Yearbook (Calvert City, KY)

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May the train- ing that you received at North Marshall High School help you find a place of happy usefulness in this world. Best wishes to each of you. Holland Rose I O The watchful eyes of interested people have been upon you the past twelve years, watching the progress you have made and eagerly anticipating this an- other milestone as you climb the ladder of success. You are embarking upon another phase of your life. Some of you will go into one field of endeavor and some another. It is our sincere hope that you will en- joy great success, but let us remember that there is room at the top and that it requires great effort to reach it. To the members of the class of 1960 I extend my very best wishes. It has been a very delightful experience to have been associated with you for the past few years and to have had a small part in your educational development. I hope that your years at North Marshall have been enjoyable as well as profitable for you. Robert Goheen xx Wim ,i., . lllllllll :H -iigxah-S' ,.e gw w1q,1m r y w , V E CHARLOTTE BARKER A.B., M.A., Murray English, French Beta Club Freshman Sponsor ?4wW Now cast a glance At the teachers hereg Pick out the ones Youlve had this year. just scan the pan Of everyone- You may have worked, But you had fun. And now the brain mill's Almost through Don't kid yourself- You'll miss 'em too. JOHN DAVID BATSEL B.A., Lambuth College BD., Vanderbilt University Music, English Sophomore Sponsor ROBERT G. CHESTER B.S., Murray Agriculture F.F.A. Freshman Sponsor MARY R. COLE B.S,, Western College Home Economics F.H.A. Sophomore Sponsor XV. ED GLOVER B.A., B.S., B.D., Bethel College Civics, Algebra Junior Sponsor ROBERTA DAVIS AB., Bowling Green College of Commerce Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping Senior Sponsor SANDRA ESTES B.S,, Eastern Illinois University Girls' P.E., U, S. History, Health Freshman Sponsor BM,UCs 1 FRAY HOLLAND li " l B.S., Murray f l if English ,IJ ,A I if wg! junior Sponsor jr x JW ND GILBERT D. HARRIS Murray Algebra, Chemistry EDNA JONES AB., Murray English junior Sponsor JOANNE LUTHER B.S., Murray Library Science Library Club Senior Sponsor ROGER JONES B.S,, Murray American History, Civics, Government, Speech junior Sponsor CHARLIE LAMPLEY B.S., Murray Health, P.E. Senior Sponsor L. C. MILLER BS., M.A., Murray Geometry, Algebra II, Physics, Trigonometry Sophomore Sponsor WELDON THOMAS B.S., Murray Social Science SAM ORR B.M.E,, Murray Band J. E. WALKER A.B., University of Kentucky Biology, Mathematics Sophomore Sponsor LADONNE WALKER BS, Murray General Science Senior Sponsor MARTHA XWILKINS B.S., Murray General Business, Office Practice, Typing 0 Senior Sponsor QC N U fig Give us your last words, Eddie. GOOd Old radiator if It will show up on report cards. Wow!!! 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WZQMMW- Z Z v JAMES BAREFIELD Son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barefield Ambifion: To graduate from college and make a lot of money Likers Money, cars, girls, and food Didikerx Grouchy teachers and hard lessons Artiz'ilier: FEA. 1, Mixed Chorus 3 4, Boys' Quartet 39 French Club 4, Science Club 3, Beta Club 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Class Favorite, Most Intellectual LONN IE WAYNE BARRETT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Barrett Ambition: To be Mayor of Little Cypress and to get rich Qquicklyj Lifter: QDavisj County, Week-ends, girls, food, waterrnelons, and Popeye Dirliker: Benton, chemistry, English, and grouchy teachers Arlivitiex F.F.A. 1 2 3 4, Pep Club 3 4 LOWELL THOMAS BARRETT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrett Ambition: To graduate and become a millionaire Liber: Girls, basketball games, to eat, lst period study hall, parties, rock 'n' roll music Dirlikeys The distance between Possum Trot and Lakeview, Macbeth, and stuck-up girls Activities: F.F.A. 1 2 3 4, F.F.A. President, F.H.A. Beau 4, Pep Club 3 4 CARGL JEAN BETH Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beth Afnlailion: To become a commercial artist or a laboratory tech- nician Liter: Music, art, and sports Dislikes: Studying and being behind on art lessons Actifxilier' Beta Club 2 3 43 Science Club 33 Pep Club 1 2 3 43 Music 1 2 43 Quad State 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Annual Staff, Editor 43 Class Favorite, Most Likely To Succeed3 Piano Accompanist 4 MARILYN FAYE BRYANT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Sammie P. Bryant Ambilions To finish beauty school and pass my State Board Examination Likes: Going to beauty school, new Clothes, Music and learning to drive Dirliker: Unfriendly people, losing ball games, getting ready for school, and English tests Artiififierx Pep Club 1 2 3 43 Beta Club 43 F.H.A. 43 Annual Staff 43 Class Favorite, Best Natured GENEVA L. CARMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Fulton Ambition: To have a good business occupation Likes: Mr. Goheen's personality Dirlikeff Mr, Glover's jokes Activities: Annual Staff, Typist 43 Home Room Representative 2 33 Principal's Office 2, Attendance Representative 2 33 Pep Club 3 WILMA SUE CARMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fulton Ambition: To be successful in any occupation I might choose Liter: To travel, dance, watch TV, and listen to the radio Dulikef: Unfriendly or nosey eo le . .. . . P P ACfllf'IfI6J.' Pr1nc1pal's Office 2, Homeroom Representative 1 2 Pep Club 3 LARRY DEAN CARNETT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Finley Patton Ambition: I would like to attend Murray State College and tke up R.O.T.C. train- ing Liber: Girls! Studyhalls, lst period typing class Dirlikef: Lunch time l JO ANNE CHANDLER Daughter of Mrs. Walt Chandler Ambition: To be successful in everything that I do Likey: To read good books, to sew, to listen to the radio, and to travel Dislikes' Bossy people and people who copy and cheat Acti11ilieJ: Library Club 39 SPeeCh Club 33 Beta Club 5 45 AU' nual Staff, Business Manager 4, Class Favorite, Most In- tellectual SANDRA MARIE COLBURN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Colburn Ambition: To lead a good, happy, and successful life Likes: To keep busy, North Marshall, people, basketball, and almost anything Dislikes: Making people angry Activities: Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Senior Sweet- heart, A Cappella Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 1 2 3 4 DONNA COOMBS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Coombs Ambition: To get out of school and be suc- cessful Likes: Friendly people, basketball and swim- ming DfJlik6J'.' Stuck-up people, English, and get- ting up early Activilief: Y-Teen Club, Pep Club, Annual Staff 4, Class Favorite, Wfittiest LYNDA JEAN CORNWELL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. james B. McLemore Ambilions To go on an around the world cruise Likes: Cheerleading, state tournaments, classical music, diamond rings, and goodlooking boys Dislikes: Breakfast, hillbilly music, losing ball games, stay-ing home, and boy cheerleaders Actiizitief: Cheerleader 1 2 3 4, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, French Club 4, F.H.A. 1 2 3 4, F.H.A. Photographer 4, Speech Club 33 Debate Team 3, Basketball Queen Attendant 1, Class Favorite, Best Looking, Class Sweetheart 2, Girls' Chorus 1 2 35 Mixed Chorus 1 GLENDA FAYE COX Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cox Ambition: To be a success in everything I attempt to do and always be as happy as I am now Likes: Ray, really true friends, basketball games, and having fun anywhere I go Dislikes: Being disappointed, conceited people, and getting up early in the mornin 8 Activities: F.H.A. 1 2 3 4, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Class Favorite, Friendliestg Annual Staff PATRICIA ANN COX Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cox Ambition: To have a happy and successful life Likes: Ronald, friendly people, basketball games, having fun, and going places Dislikes: To be disappointed, losing ball games, and hard tests Activities: F.H.A. 1 2 3 4, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Class Favorite, Most Sincere, Annual Staff LARRY CROSS Son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cross Ambition: To graduate from college Likes: Basketball, baseball, and football Dislikes: Bossy people and "show-off's" Activities: Chorus 4, Science Club 3, Class Favorite, Class Baby l LOUISE COPELAND Daughter of Mrs. Vera Williams CROUCH Ambition: To always be healthy and happy Liber: To talk and eat Dirliker' Black-eyed peas for lunch Liber Good food IEROME CULP Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Culp Ambition: To work in electronics Dirlikefs Cold weather RONALD DEVINE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Devine Ambition: To become a millionaire Liber: Girls, ,57 Chevys, and Corvettes Dirlikers Grouchy people and doggy cars Actioitier' Basketball 1 2 55 Class Favorit e, Best All-Around TI-IELMA DOWNING Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Downing Ambition: To become a nurse and always stay as happy as I am now Lifter: "carrots," weekends, sports, music, and chewing gum Dzrlikers Mondays, staying at home, and being disappointed Artiz'iiier.' F.H.A. 2 3 45 F.H.A. Vice-President 4, Girls' GIGS-C1215 1 2 3 4, Quad State 3 4, A Cappella Choir 4g Girls Quartet 4, Select Chorus 2 3, French Club 4, Pep Club 2 3 4, Science Club 1, Class Officer, Reporter 3, Class Officer, Treasurer 4, Library Club 3, Annual Staff, Treasurer, Basketball Queen Attendant 25 Class Favorite, Best Personality WILLIAM DRAFFEN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Draffen Ambition: To get out of school Liber: To shop at "Hancocks" Dirliker: Gravel roads Aciivilier' F.F.A. 2 KAY DUNN IGAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Dunnigan Ambilions To always be as happy as I am now and have a successful life Likes: Basketball, skating, going places, and having fun Dirliker: People being late, to be disappointed, losing ball games, and getting up early Artiviliers F.H.A. 1 2 3 4, Class Secretary lg Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Class Reporter 2, F.H.A. Parliamentarian 25 F.H.A. Recrea- tion Leader 45 Basketball Queen Attendant 2, Annual Staff, Typist, Miss North Marshall 4, Class Favorite, Most Popular HAROLD QSONNYQ ELLINGTON Son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Ellington Ambilion: To be succesful in life Liber: Girls, sports, and cars Dislikes: People who think they are "It" Affi1!ifi6J.' Basketball 1 2 3 4, Science Club 3, Class Favorite, Most Athletic RONNIE FOSTER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Foster Ambitimz: To have a really fast car Likes: People Dirlikerf Plymouths PATRICIA FRANKLIN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edison Story Ambition' To have an ambition Likes: "Kookie," chewing gum, and basketball games Dislikes: Algebra II and not getting our rings at the first of school Activities: F.H.A. 1 2 4, Library Club 33 Music 1 2, Quad State lg Double Duet 2, Class Favorite, Most Talkative MELANI GALLIMORE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. joe Gallimore Ambilionx To become a math teacher Likes: Pretty clothes, basketball, and snow Dislikes: Homework and close basketball games Af1'izf'iIies,' G.A.A. lg Pep Club 1 3 4, Latin Club lg F.H.A. 2 35 National Honor Society 2g Library Club 2 4, Class Treasurer 33 Class Favorite, Best Dressed MARTHA MAE GREGORY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gregory Ambition: To always be happy and finish beauty school Likes: Sports, going, and having friends Dislikes: People who are always late and losing ball games Acti1fities.' Annual Staff 4, Beta Club 33 Library Club 3g Speech Club 3 BONNIE JUNE GRIGGS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stoney Griggs Ambition: To always be as happy as I am now Likes: Convertibles, music, and friendly people Dislikes: Algebra II, losing ball games, and being disappointed Afziyifiesy F,H,A, 3 45 Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Class Treasurer 3g Secretary 45 Class Sweetheart 3g Annual Staff, Photograph Editor 4, Class Favorite, Cutest MITZI RAYE HALL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Ray Hall Ambition' To be an English teacher in a small college and spend my summer vacations on the -French Riviera Likes: Cashews, pop corn, peanut butter, hamburgers, basket- ball games, and summer vacation Dislikes: People who name their dogs "Mitzi" Aftivities: Basketball Queen 3, Class Sweetheart 1, Mixed Cho- rus 1, Girls' Chorus 1 2, F.H.A. 1 2 3 4g Class Historian 1 2, Basketball Queen Attendant lg Pep Club 1 2 3 4, French Club 4, Library Club 3 4, Library Club Vice President 33 District Library Club Vice President 4, Beta Club 2 3g Cheer- leader 4 VIRGINIA HALL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Hall Ambiiionx To be an airline stewardess Likes: Eating, basketball games, and good- looking boys Dislikes: Green '51 Fords and Lyon County boys M Artivitiesf Pep Club 4, F.B.L.A. Club 2, Class Favorite, Class Baby DAVID RONALD HANCOCK Sod of Mr. and Mrs. james W. Hancock Ambitioizs To have a good job and a nice car Likes: Basketball, " '52 Plymouth Fury," and girls Dislikes: People who think they are smart Activities: Class Favorite, Most Sincere SYLVIA JUNE HARMON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin QDougj Harmon Ambition: To succeed in whatever I may attempt to do Likes: Basketball, Pat Boone, shorthand, and Wagon Train Dislikes: To be disappointed, losing basketball games, and bossy people Attivitiers F.H.A. 3 4, Pep Club 3g Class Favorite, Most Bashful JEWELL T. HARPER Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Harper Ambition: To become a "top notch" pilot for the Air Force Likes: Fast girls and pretty cars Dirlikeff Not being Permitted to chew gum in class Artivitierf Chorus 5 45 Boys' Quartet 35 Class Favorite, Peppiest ROBERT EARL HARRIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Harris Ambition: To make it to Miami Likes: To go to Paducah every chance I get Dislikes: The distance between Calvert City and Paducah GEORGE HEATH, Son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Heath Ambition: To be a millionaire playboy Likef: Fast cars, basketball, and skipping class Dislikes: A little bit of everything and not much of nothing Activities: Class Officer, Vice President 4, Pep Club 1 2 5 .43 Basketball 1, A Cappella Choir 4g Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Beaug Class Favorite, Best Looking KAREN KAY HEISE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Heise Ambition: To learn and then to teach Likes: Music, books, camping, swimming, and ice skating Dislikes: Being late and not being trusted Activities: Beta Club 3 45 Girls, Chorus 2 5 4, Select Chorus 2 33 Quad State 3 4, F.I-I.A. lg A Cappella Choir 4g Pep Club 2 3 4g Band 33 Majorette 2 MARVIN HIGGINS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Higgins Ambitiorz: To get out of school, get a job, and make money Likes: Girls, eating, and good looking cars Dislikes: Being hungry DWAIN HOWARD Son of Mr. and Mrs. john A Howard Ambition: To be a good dishwasher Liber: Cindy, Popeye, and Pepsi Cola Dirliker: Eating in the lunch room and staying home at night Activitier: F.F.A. 1 2 5 4, F.F.A. Reporter 4, Pep Club 3 4 HELEN CLOTINE HUBBS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eron Hubbs Ambition: To finish school and make a certain person happy Liber: All kinds of sports and weekends Dirliber: Week days and Macbeth Actizfitier: Library Club 4 CHARLES JOHNSTON Son of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Johnston Ambition: To get out of high school Likes: Basketball, football, Popeye, and Mighty Mouse Dirliber: Not being permitted to chew gum in class and memoriz- ing Macbeth Actiifilief: Mixed Chorus 3 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Pep Club 4 GEORGE H. JOLLY Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. jolly Ambition: To make it to Miami, Florida Likes: Girls and basketball DiJlik6.Y.' Girls that go steady Aftivitief: A Cappella Choir DANNY WILLIAM KOERNER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koerner Ambition: To succeed in my endeavors Likef: To have fun Diflikey: Unifrienclly people, school, and mosey teachers Acti1JitieJ.' F.F.A. 1 25 Science Club 35 Beta Club 4 PHILIP W. LAMPLEY Son of Mr. and Mrs. john Lampley Ambilioizs To be the Chief-of-police at Possum Trot Likefs Bubble gum, Popeye, ball games, and money Diflikerr Grouchy teachers, tests, and report cards Acti1Jilie5.' Speech Club 53 Music 33 Class Favorite, Friendliest ROBERT LYNN Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lynn Ambition: To be the most successful bum Likes: All kinds of sports, to sleep late on Saturday, and friendly people Dislikes: Getting up at 6 o'cl0ck to catch the school bus and snobbish people SONJA JEAN MARSH Daughter of Mrs. Charles Coursey Ambition: To be an Army nurse Likes: Tennessee boys, basketball games, rock 'n' roll music, and having my own way Dislikes: Washing dishes, bossy people, hill- billy music, and being disappointed Artivities: Pep Club 2 5 45 F.B.L.A. Club 2 STANLEY MARSHALL Son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Marshall Ambition: To get out of Mrs. Barker's English class alive Likes: "Pepsi," General Motors products, and reading good books Dislikes: Chrysler products, stuck-up people, and locust trees at the dam Activities: F.F.A. 1 2 3 4, Class Favorite, Best Natured HOWARD MATHIS, Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mathis A772bjli07Z.' To make an "A" in English Likes: Girls, money, cars, and basketball Dislikes: Grouchy teachers, studying, and chemistry tests VIVAN WILKINSON MCCLARD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Wilkinson Ambition: To finish school, always make Gene happy, always be a good wife, and be as happy as I am now Likes: Basketball games, Gene, having a good time, and going places Dislikes: To be disappointed, losing ball games, and getting ready for school Artizfities: F.H.A. 1 2, Pep Club 1 2-3 4, Music 1 23 Quad State 1 2, 4-H Club 2, Class Favorite, Best All-Around, Girls' Chorus 1 2 BILLY WAYNE MCCLINTOCK Son of Mr. and Mrs. john P. McClintock Ambilionf To be a commercial artist Likes: Basketball, fancy cars, and girls Dislikes: Macbeth, stuck-up girls, and getting the preamble from 5th period teachers Activities: Band 1 2 5, Chorus 45 A Cappella Choir 43 Science Club 3, Annual Staff 4, Class Favorite, Most Talented OLDRCN EARL QBUDDYQ MCCOY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oldron McCoy Ambifiofzx To get out of school and join the U. S. Army Liber: Girls, cars, and basketball games Dislikes: School, English, and sassy girls Activities: F.F.A. 1 2g Class Favorite, Most Dependable LOLA MCCOY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terrell McCoy Ambition: To get out of school Likef: Friendly people Dislikes: Stuck-up people and English Actizfitier' Pep Club 4 MARGARET MCEARLAND Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland Ambition: To go with N.M.H.S. to the State tournament this year Likes: Pretty cars, basketball games, eating, money and rock 'n' roll music Dirlikeff Losing ball games, studying, staying home, and getting up early Ariiifitier' F.H.A. 1 2 4, Music 1 25 Pep Club 1 2 3 4s Girls' Chorus 2 LILLIE METHENY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Metheny Ambitioiz: To always be happy Liber: Basketball games, and holidays Dislikes: English class and people who are not friendly Activities: Girls' Chorus 2, Pep Club 2 3 4g Class Favorite Class joker EDDIE MOSER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moser Ambition: Radio and TV announcer or a master of ceremony Liber: Sports, speech, and music Diflibef: Snooty people and smart referees Activities: Basketball Team Manager 2 5 4, Class President 2 35 Select Chorus 25 Class Favorite, Most School Spirit, Pep Club 2 GERALD WILLIAM POWELL Son of Mr. and Mrs. john W. Powell Ambition: To make a success of myself Liber: State Championships and sleep Dirliber: Running laps and close ball games Actiiiitieys Basketball 1 2 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 4, F.H.A. Beau 1, Class Vice President 2g Sophomore Beau 23 Beta Club 2 55 Science Club, President 3g Class Favorite, Cutest, Student Council 4 SUE POWELL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Powell Ambition: To always be happy Liber' Certain Hills, basketball games, and being State Champions Diylibefs People who get mad easy and English class Aftiz'iiieJ.' Girls, Chorus 1 23 Pep Club 1 2 3 4g F.B.L.A. Club, Class Favorite, Most School Spirit DAVID PROVINCE Son of Mrs. joe A. Provine Ambition: To become mayor of Briensburg and make a million dollars Liber: '54 Fords, Benton girls, going to the state tournament and staying at the Broad- way Hotel Diflibef: Hard teachers, Beatniks, and cer- tain' hairless study hall teachers Artizfitier Basketball 1 2, F.F.A. lg Hi-Y Fellowship Club 2 35 Tennis 2 35 Chorus 4g A Cappella Choir 4, Science Club 2 35 Conservation Club 1 DONNA JOYCE REEVES Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Reeves Ambition: To be a laboratory technician Liber: Basketball games, skating, chewing gum, and pretty clothes Dixlileeyf Study halls and hard tests Affimm- Pep Club 1 2 3 44 F-H-A, 3 44 Beta Club 42 Class Favorite, Neatest, Annual Staff, Typist ANNA PAULINE RICHARDSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Richardson Ambition: To finish high school and make a certain boy happy Liber: Don, week-ends, and convertibles Diflibef: Mondays and William Shakespeare Artiifitiefr Beta Club 55 Library Club 5 4, Class Favorite, Most Dignified SANFORD RICHARDSON Son of Mr, and Mrs. S. W. Richardson Ambition: To get out of school Liber: Fast cars, girls, and food Dixlibef: School and nosey people Aftivitiefs Music 1 2 3 4 EARL RONALD RICKNIAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rickman Ambition: To be mayor of Griggstown Liber: Pat, money, and week-ends Dislikes? Chemistry, English, and staying home Activities F.F.A. 1 2 3 4g Pep Club 3 4 SHIRLEY BENNETT SLEDD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Bennett Ambition: To succeed in my attempts Likes: Good music, friends, and to have fun Dirliker' Smart-alecks DAVID EARL SMITH Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl I. Smith Ambition: To be an electrical engineer Likes: To hunt, ball games, and Chevrolets Dislikes: Reading books by English authors Artiifitieff Band 1, Science Club 3, Library Club 45 4-H Club 1, Mixed Chorus 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Class Favorite, Most Dignified MARY SOLOMON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, Solomon Ambilion: To be a big success in anything I attempt to do Likes: Basketball, skating, and being on the go Dirlikesx Physics, staying at home, and being disappointed Aclizfitiefx F.H.A. 1 2 3 45 F.H.A. Photographer 2, F.H.A. Treasurer 3, F.H.A. President 45 Pep Club 2 3 45 Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Glee Club 43 Annual Staff, Organizations 4, Band 1 2 3, French Club 4, Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Class Favorite, Most Athletic, A Cappella Choir 4 THOMAS SPHINX Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Darnell Ambition: To be a Navy pilot Liber: Pretty girls, fast cars, and basketball Dislikes: State cops and English Acliifitiefr F.F.A. 1 2 4 R. M. SPICELAND Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mills Spiceland Ambition: To go to college and be a success- ful basketball coach Liber: Special QKayj Cereal, Basketball, hunting, and Pool Dislikes: Wild Indians, Fulton City, and crooked referees Artioilier: Basketball 1 2 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 45 Class Beau 1, Class Officer, Treas- urer 1, Secretary 2 3, Class Favorite, Most Popular, Mr. North Marshall KEITH SPIRONBLLO Son of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Spironello Ambition: To be ambitious Liber: School, to get up at 6:00 A.M., and to work Dislikes: Lazy people and to be rushed Artioitierx Class Favorite, Best Dressed DONALD STICE Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stice Ambilion: Commercial Aviator Likes: Wine, women, and songs Dirliker: Sadistic people Actirfitier: Band 1 2 3, A Cappella Choir 2 3 4, Boys' Quartet 3 45 Boys' Glee Club 2 39 Chorus 4g Student Director 4- Track Team 2 35 Cross Country Team 2 3, Class Favoritei Most Polite MARY JANE STICE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stice Ambition: To go to Hawaii Liker: People, life, and the Everly Brothers Diflikeff N o complaints Activities F.H.A. 1 2 3 4g Pep Club 1 2 3 4, Class Favorite, Most Polite MARTIN VICKERS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Vickers Ambition: To pass chemistry Likes: Hunting and basketball Dislikes: English and teachers who Won't let you chew chewing gum in study halls Activitief: Class Favorite, Most Bashful U ROBERT WALKER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Walker Ambition: To marry Shirley and always be happy Liker: Shirley, "loud pipes," and the 1957 fuel injection Chevy Dirlikefs Not being with a "certain" girl all the time and having my sister going with me on my dates Activitierx Class Officer, President lg Science Club 1 2g Pep Club 1 2 3 45 Annual Staff, Subscriptionsg Class Favorite, Class joker ALVETA RILEY WARREN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Riley Ambition: To finish high school and beauty school Likes: johnny and Kentucky Dirlikefs Uncle Sam and parts of Georgia Aclivilief: E.H.A. lg Pep Club 1 2 33 Band 15 Girls' Chorus 2 3 4g Mixed Chorus 3 4g Queen Attendant 2g Class Favorite, Most Dependable ELROY WASHBURN Son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Washburn Ambition: To succeed Liker' Hunting, fishing, and eating Dirlikex: Being bossed in the hall Ac1fi1fi!ieJ.' E.F.A. lg Science Club 3 MITCHELL WATKINS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders M. Watkins Ambition: To be successful in life Likes: Girls, basketball, hunting Dislikes: Defeat and running laps Activities: F.F.A. 1, Basketball 1 2 3 4, Science Club 3, Class Vice President 1 33 Class President 4, Music 33 Class Favorite Best Personality, Annual Staff, Advertisement JUDY WILLIAMS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams Ambition: To be a dress designer Likes: Friendly people, ball games, rock 'n' roll music, to eat, and to travel Dislikes: People who think they are "it," English, nosey people, losing ball games, and staying at home over the week-ends Activities: Pep Club 1 3 4, F.B.L.A. Club 2, Girls' Chorus 2 3, Class Favorite, Most Talented BARBARA WILSON V Daughter of Mrs. Martin Wilson f Ambition: To always stay happy Likes: Ball games, to go, to eat, rock 'n' roll music, and to see North Marshall go to the State Tournament Dislikes: Staying home, making people angry, losing ball games, and nosey people Activities: Music 1 2, Girls' Chorus 1 2, Pep Club 1 2 3 4, F.H.A. 1 2 4, Class Favorite, Peppiest JOEL WOMMACK Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wfommack Ambition: To attend college and be successful Likes: To play basketball, to sleep, and easy classes Dislikes: Defeat, to study, to run laps, and homework Actiififiesr F.F.A. 1, Beta Club 3 4, Secretary, Beta Club, Presi dent, Beta Club 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 1 2 3 4, President Speech Club 3, Science Club 3, Class Reporter 4, Class Favor ite, Most Likely to Succeed, Debate Team, Annual Staff, Sports SHERRELL WYATT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lanis Wyau Amlaitioia' To be a success in life Likes: Rock 'n' roll music Dislikes: Know-it-alls Activities: F.F.A. 1 2 Q22 lla 5 YR X A X I tb. 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BAND Janet Herbig, Linda Hammer, Mary Solomon , M09 Diane I-Ieise, Karen Heise, Harvey Story, Don Stice MR' BATSEL - - Accompanist, Carol jean Beth CHORUS I03 N fy, , f,', ,gt Q ' f I ,- rl , C Mrs. Chester Mrs. Pettit Mrs. Culp ac ' ,gn A tiff' kin, 5 r il' From left to right: Mr. Walker, Mr. Holland, Mr. Cutsinger, Mr. Dalton, Mr. Dunn, Mr. Cox, Mr. Brandon, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Eng- lish, Mrs. Boatwright. IO4 4 l awww O agtde North arshall Jets in istriot Ghampionshipl Hard Fought ame ,lets Use Balance ToVl7l1ipInclians MURRAY, Ky, March 'I - Power-laden North M a rs h a l I used a balanced scoring attack to successfully defend its Fourth District 'Tournament crown with a 66-57 verdict over the Benton Indians here tonight. North led throughout the gain but never could open the gay wide enouzh to ease the tension of the enthusiastic crotxd. The speedy Jets catapulted into it lT-ll first quarter ad- vantage and held the upper hand at intermission 32-26, The ln- dians, battling gamely all the Way, whittled the gap to three points at one time in the third Canto, but North came roarinfl hack to take a 51-42 marzin at the end ot' the ncriod. North threatened to break the game wide open in the final stanza, but rugged Joe Dan Gold dumped in six straight markers to put the stubborn Indians back in the running. The Jets went ACTION UNDER THE BOM-'DS'-This is lYl31C21l picture of thc action under the boards in the North lllarehall-New Concord game in the Fourth District Tourney at Murray last night. Picture from left to right are: Dan Curd 1443, New Concord: Pat Doyle Idark uniforrni, Northg 'Gene Rowland CMD, Joe Green i205 of New Con. cordg and Dolph Larimer t23J, North The Jets Won the game S0-59. District Tournament Games Won The North Marshall Jets suc- cessfully defended their Fourth District title Saturday night be- fore a large crowd in the Murray Sports Arena beating the Ben- ton Indians 66-57 in the final game ofthe district meet. North Marshall managed to have a six point lead at the end of the first quarter and to hold this load throughout the game, At half-time the score rested at 32-26 with the Jets furiously holding on to their six point North Marshall .... .... 8 0-59 ....... New Concqfd North Marshall .... ..s. 6 7-48 ..... South Marshall North Marshall .... .,-- 6 6-57 -,--F--- ---- B enton District lwampions lead. In the third quarter they increase this lead to ll points. In fourth stanza play the Indians. sparked on by Bill Farris "time- out" pep talk narrowed North's lcacl to five points. but ,with excellent ball handling and 6 little of their superior rebound- ing the Jets soon managed to take hold and win by 66-57. Big .Ioe Dan Gold led the Benton scoring with 20 pointS David Darnall. sophomore 5'l0' Indian guard played an unsup- erpassed game making 14 pOlYlt3 for his team. Other scorers were: Cotllran 9, Morgan 2. Jones 4, and Peek 8 Leading the Jets to victory was senior Dolph Larmier who fired in l9 points. His team- mate and also graduating senior, Pat Doyle made 16 points, Jim- NY Lampley scored' 17 points, ra.-N, Dm.,,.n .,-s- m and B! 7759 7 North Do ns Fanc arm , or Regional Title k. Favored orth Carries 31-I' Record ollegional Regional Tournament Games Won NOI'th Mar:11lH- .4.-- --- --49-45 ------------ BQUTOU North Marshall North Marshann ,,,. - ---61-41- ....... Fancy Farm gn, ,,., ..-38-30--Paducz-ih Tilghman ' Fulton City was the only team that was able to beat the Jets in 35 games. The Bulldogs used the hot Shooting of Roger Pigue and a zone defense to hand the Jets the lone defeat- Lgimpley felt that the defeat did the team a lot 'minded the boys of the game every 1 ace and the loss probably prevented ,zlooking some lightly-regarded team Qf good. He Tflllle he got ' ' the Jets fi". in fha djf gnase. The sed every kind of defense and offense possible f-ing their state tournament trip. 'TF art.. ...Ma wma nlarl team performed 3, " Jn- A mes. hal tc i- REGION X 1 ' x 9 K I NORTH N jx MARSHALL E Region l Champs NORTH MARSHALL ended a three-year regional famine and convinced a lot of Hdoubtin' 'I'honiases" in winning the First Regional Tournament title last night. The Jets, runners-up to Benton and Fulton City in the regional chase for the last two years, shed its bridesmaid role to become one of the winningest First Region state representatives in a number of years. The hustling team had to survive a tough district and regional tournament draw to earn the coveted trip to the schoolboy's dream-the "Sweet Sixteen." Coach Charlie Lampley's team was the pre-season favorite, the No. 1 team in the Purchase throughout the season, and the district and regional tournament favorite. Fans, coaches and players throughout the area were skeptical about North winning the regional crown all year. Most people, though, couldn't give you a good sound reason for their skepticism. They were usually basing their feelings on the Jets' tourna- ment play of recent years or the fate of season-long favorites in past seasons. They proved their class in the slow-down deliberate game by beating Tilghman for the third time in one season. And they dropped Fancy Farm in the big -gg-H112--Q1'lQlQIlpiOllShlD game last night. otiii rshall, Nlaysville win :rare Mee Openers Q t r hall ips Gallatin Puzzled By Zone During the early stages of today's battle, Maysville seemed puzzled by the zone defense em- ployed by the Jets. With Al Bane, the Bulldogs leading scorer, un- able to hit from the outside, the Maysville offense suffered. Bane, with starter Jimmy Calvert, Sat out much of the third period. North Marshall put on one of the greatest shooting perform- ances ever seen in a state tourney game and rang-up a 47-23 advan- tage over the bewildered Bull- dogs in the first half, Jets 90, Wildcats 5l Charley LHYPPIGY3 Nofth Elgar' shall Jets gained many balEK6TS and picked UP me faglmei The Team To Beat" in the upper bracket, by roaring ff? 21 9051 victory over the Gallatin CQUHIY Wildcats in getting the Dflbble Derby off to a flying Slam- I et erpower ysville B Score f 5-62 Marshall Thrashes Marysville 75-62 MEMORIAL COLISEUM, Lexington, Ky., March 20 -North Marsha11's Jets strengthened their state tour- nament "darkhorse" rating with a convincing 75-62 win over Maysville this afternoon to move into the semi-finals of the 42nd annual Kentucky High School Basketball Tournament. The jets defeated Olive Hill, 67 to 65. You can believe everything you've heard about those North Marshall Jets--and es- pecially about classy All-State candidate Pat Doyle and hot shooting Jimmy Lampley. With Lampley and Doyle scor- ing 27 and 22 points, respective- ly, the appropriately named .lets unleashed a fast break that left. Gallatin County's Wildcats stand- ing at the post in the opening game of the 42d annual state tournament in Memorial Colise- um Wednesday night. Gallatin refused to wilt and fought to the end, but when North Marshall came roaring back in the third frame with some more basket-ripping. it was just too much for the Wild- cats. The Jets outscored the Cats by 24-6 in the third frame and then finished the final stanza with an 18-15 bulge. Vi ha l l ll G 0 . in lll2ll'Sl12lll Nips Olive Hill 67-65 llaisiial Nudges Dunbar By 52-50 -R. M. Spiceland was the real clutch board man for the .lets in the tournament. The hard-working 6-2 center turned in a. standout tournament after getting over a case ot state tourney jitters in the opener against Gallatin County, Spice- land did a yeoma.n's job on the board in the last three E9-H165 of the tournament. He seemed to always 001118 1-ID Wit-T1 the crucial balls in the late minutes of the Olive Hill and Manual Eames. Spiceland blocked a shot and got the tip on a jump ball that probably decided the Olive Hill game. I felt that Spice- land should have made the all-tourney team. He sob one 01' my votes. -Jimmy Lan-ip1ey was the most amazing member of the North Marshall team in the state tournament. 'I'he lithe 6-0 guard was the No. 2 scorer in the tourney with 88 points on 33 of 66 from the field and 22 of 33 from the foul line. Jlmmy's un- caym ability to work loose under the goal for off balance shots helps-1 sway the huge crowd for the Jets. Lampley also turned ' 1 H arties" of the tournament when he fooled gone ofiiie rss 1etiliI-:lg a fumbled ball roll toward the Olive Hill e opposl lon t the last second and streaked for ' k d 't UP fl sllizloxifiiinlile cillctlfe Floor and laid in a. crucial jump shot. I Here Are Five Reasons Why The Jets Won --Dolph Larimer was plagued by'a head cold throughout the tournament. The 6-2 forward still turned in a steiling tourney effort, especially in the finale against Manual. Lariiiici' was one of the tea.m's best shooters during the regular season. He also did a capable job on the boards and on defense in the state. Dolph scored one of the prettiest baskets of the tourna- ment in the waning seconds of the first half against Manual. North got to ball with six seconds left. The Jets started breaking down the floor in whirlwind style and the ball hurriedly went, from Doyle to Powell to Larimer breaking under the goal for a perfect basket, This one play had a. big hand in keying the Jets for the second half rally. -Jerry Powell is probably the lowest scorer on the team, but that makes little difference to the chunky 5-9 guard. You can't make the mistake of leaving Powell open, Manual did and he fired in three quick long ones that fused the Jets' second Period splurge. Powell is an accurate shooter, but he doesnt shoot very often. You can't determine a boy of Powells ability in the number of points he scores. He masterminds the teams attack and was without a doubt the most dependable ball han- dler and dribbler ln the tournament. -Pat Doyle was the Jets' big gun on the board. The 6-2 mr- ward hogged more than his share of the rebounls, got the tip to start the quarter most of the time and turned in a good shoot- ing performance in three of the four outlings. He finished the tournament with 77 points on 30 of 59 from the field and 16 of 21 from the foul line. He also played good defensive hall, block- many shots. X1 F " rf, -7 G , V X "K ' v X 11 iwirigi'zi lihililiil li iii? nbc Q J 'J Q45 Q5 wr 1 H Egg ,V , an X 51 , ,Qbf'd,M is ll U! 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'-1F.DI..- Vi. if - ll- ii H111 .incl nun and llic w , HOL-Shot Jets ii Hari Trailer! 9 Manual 23-12 ' 1- i iii, lim, like- lrarlitional First ii-ii :li -mgiifmx. Nur-r has Il l-'irsl Rrgion liwii His- Lixnrile in cup thc- crown. I .il ihr-ni iii iiiitslanding performimi U?-lil!! wpnrlmxgxiiship un the Huw nine Ihr hr.-ru .it 'milf' tnurnzimcni Crnwrls in ilu' -ml liur been the favorite of rrmifl mi riauifrs ,m1:irf:f:": 'ili'lHl-fl' ' -' , , A, .ivlff gi'Clf'i" Zlflfi EV,,Z7'nEi?i'1L:N' 7 r. fi Eliwvfi flzriil i4i1'fHu:'lii ?:2Q2'f-i,2:3f. ea ge E Nb 51 naizsis Pace ii if lil 2 llJUgQF.S' i mil All-Siuie Qimmgps Qsaiy 'Kwai' Ealaimil North Marsl1all's Title Gives County Third State Cllanlpimiship Since Tl tfflflif the crowd three days 10 'pick mils "favorite," but Sat- UVW3' Illglil it finally came up Wlulh North Marshall. Every- lhmg' Manual did. from the lime ll QHlf'1'Crlbrl1c Colibrrum until thc Prcbeniaition ceremonies were OVOV. rlrmi' lmlfi -.nd hmh hogs of llicpsland- W TE Marshall HIS Qhampi ns ' .l!f'l'9 GET fjlliAlt1l'IONSHIP TROPHY- let ? oipelled orth Marsh l Ti Manual N. Marshall 1643 G F P 'I Davie ,,,, 1 4-5 4 ia QAUUZIFY ,..,. ,,., 6 3-5 1 ii ?11:e.aud ,,,,,, ,. 1 6-6 2 8 Melt Wu, YYAY,,, 3 1.2 0 7 ' - 'Amulet' ,.. ,. 5 6-10 2 16 , Tntzis ,,,Y , 4-A,, 20.30 4 54 llanual .. ., 23 8 is ie-ez Minh Marshall ..l2 20 21 ll-64 Jets Shoot 48.8 Pct. The Jets' 'tlron Men"-their starting five went all the way- weren't bothered when Manual shot into a 23-to-12 first-quarter lead. They answered the Crim- sons, sizzling shooting with an 18-for-32 performance d u 1' i n g the last three periods. The Jets finished with a blist- ering 48.8 percentage on 22 of 45 while Manual, which threw in 10 of its first 14 shots, Wound Jets, Doyle and Lampley Honoreclg Crowd Pulls for North Marshall North Marshall a cornmunit that few had heard i Y Of when the state tournament got under way Wednes- Clfiylnight, made 'itself known throughout the common- fl C3 gh by Capiufllig the huge high school championship SQP Y Wlth a 64-63 victory over the Louisville Manual E1iiO:ganstanding-room audience at Memorial - ' Q, 1 has only filtinff 11111 the Jcts should be the ciiarlpiun, Coach Charlie Lan1pley's West. ern Kentuckians, their shirt- tails flapping in the breeze, WOR 64 to 63 as a partisan standing- room-only crowd of 12,500 cheered their every move in Memorial Coliseum. It was a great victory for Charlie Lampley's boys. They came to the State Tournament with the state's best record and they returned home the same way. 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